"We've got to identify some things that we can be consistent with offensively," Muschamp said on his weekly television show Sunday. "In our first six games, we have not done anything offensively. We did against Kentucky a little bit, got some ball movement. We did against LSU at times. But against Tennessee, against Alabama and (Saturday), we couldn't get anything going."
"In our defense, we try to squeeze the middle of the field and force the ball to be thrown outside," Muschamp said. "You can probably count on one hand the number of quarterbacks in college football who are going to consistently beat you with field outs, and he threw a couple today. They were well-thrown balls."